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■^b——i^^b—|———■—■—■—■—■■■■——MH—MWßTtfli■.■ jw> i — Our annual Holiday opening will take place on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, We be"- to extend to you a cordial invitation. We will entertain you with music Eucli lady* 9 visiting our store that day will be presented witii a handsome souvenir. Remember the date and don't fail to bring your friends with you ■——m—iacta in mi ■ mi m , rnanmammmammrmma—w ——wi iWW K'MutiJKfcgßMM— We have the finest display of attractive HOLIDAY GOODS ever seen under one roof before . 1 —— "M I • ■ - EXTRA SPECIAL As an incentive to visitors on our Holiday opening day we wli! make the follow ing prices good for Friday, December Ist, only. Sterling Thimbles worth 35c 20c CaCh 1847 Roger Bros, knives and forks worth $2.25 $1.65 per set Solid S-Old baby rings worth $1.50 - 75c each Cut glass Napies or olive dishes worth M.OO $1.40 each Sterling Souvenir Spoons worth fl.oo 50C each Jeweled hat pins worth .50c 25C each rJurnett Brothers Diamond Merchants ABBKDEEN SEATTLE C 11 E HA LI S Semi-Weekly Aberdeen Herald. Published every Monday and Thursday J?CO. J. tIAKNKY, Kdltor and Proprietor Kiite'ed at the Post-office at Aberdeen, Wash., a* sur-oud-class raatl matter SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year *2™ Six months 1 ®i' One year, cash in advance ——— — : The Herald is the oldest paper on Grays Harbor, and has a larger circu lation than any other paper in Ohehalis county- Advertising contracts are based upon this claim ot circulation, aad t H money due on contracts execu te! v . '.his statement, will be for telted if the statement be not absolute y true, A MONSTROUS DOCTRINE Referring to contributions to eampahj funds, theChicagoChro'iicle says: "T> 1 are god or bad, according to the moth with which they are given and the 11 to which they are put," And then 1 ierrii particularly to insurance con trib it oris '0 tin; republican fund, the Chronicle adds: "The mom 1 used to defeat William J. Bryan and tin democratic parly was obviously put t good use." Then, we ) resume, it is of no impor ance that these particular contribution were stolen from the policyholders. ,\ great many desperate efforts have beei: ma le to sipp r "the end justifies tin means" doctrine; but newspapers f character are not as a rule hold enough to support that doctrine as bluntly :■> the Chicago Chronicle does. Carried to its logical conclusion th The Lewis and Clark exposition will pay all expenses and return a neat divi dend to the enterprising men who ad vanced the money. This speaks well for the managers, and lor all interested, li is the second exposition of more tha local prominence to return money to tin subscribers, the first being the lrans Mississippi exposition at Omaha, which returned a fraction over 90 per cent. Paul Morton, chairman of the Equit able. says people do not want cheap in surance— that may be but' thev do n;.t want to pay for tho°e $10,000 dinner* that insurance officia's ware in the bubn of indulging in so frequently, until hei»- of late, SARCASTIC COMMENT. At a recent diocesan convention in the neighborhood of N'-w York, Dr. John Marshall Chew, of Newburgh, offered the following resolution : "That no talent for high finance, 110 useful Her vice to the community, no benefaction to the church or to objects of philanthropy can excuse or atone for dereliction in trust, contempt for the rights of others, or disregard of the rules of common honesty." Bishop I'otter opposed tne resolution and ad vised Rev. M. Chew that it was untime ly, and remarked to" the that we should not pass judgment till a final ver dict has been tendered by those who are investigating. The New York Evening I'oat, with charming sarcasm anent Bishop Potter's views says that "the church will get into no end of trouble if it meddles with morals, especially those of the rich." Then tie Post mildly re in irks that Rev. Chew "would certainly not presume to set up mere morality in stead of law as « test of conduct." If this sarcasm has no effect let them refer to the little biblical incident of the fable Jothatn related to Ab'melech concerning tin trees that would have a king to rule over tnem. ft, would seem that Bishop I'otter is seeking shade beneath some very thin financial timber. "Why Aie We Imperialistic?" is the I title of the leading article in the Interna tional Journal of Ethics for Oc'ober. It is by Prof. James H. Hyslop, and is well worth realing. Prof. Hyslop seeks to go o the bottom ot the matter, and his VJry paper must be read muugnout to be fully apprehended. ■ The anti-imperialists," he says, "stand for the old moral ideas. I'liey are trying o stem tlie tide against them by appeals o standards which are no longer effect ive." In attempting to account for the •liange, he says: ''The full answer to this question is a complex ione, but the fundamental cause is an alteration in religious beliefs," and his conclusion is that "nothing but the recovery of a spiritual ideal will redeem us from the rule of imperialism." The men who would profit by reason if a ship subsidy are the men who have ilready profited bv insurance graft, wa 'ered stocks and special tariff privileges, and the people are in no humor to foot any more bills for the benefit of such men. Senator Lodge thould get fai •'Hough away front home to lose at least he scent of the sacred codfish. In that >ay he might something of the temper ot the people. ABERDEEN HERALD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, I<>os STUDENTS JOHN O'HARE Agent Chronicle's doctrine would mean that a Chicago pickpocket could purge himself of sin by contributing a portion of his ill-gotten gains to the Salvation Army; or, to draw a more complete parallel with the instance under discussion, by expending a portion of his stealings in the effort to t»e"iire the appointment, of a chief of police who would permit him to continue his bad practices. Minne 'p "i- siarted a "great religious revival" sometime ago. Minneapolis never does anything bv halves —it is either wii'kede-t mong the wicked, or the holiest of the holy. The college fraternities ought to have some uniformity about heir initiation of ' new members. It would be a simple I form to stand the candidate up before a ! cannon anil shoot scrap iron into him. The Cz ir has has made it plain that he intends to keep the Hillary and per rjni iti<<s in the family, whatever else may be in this new constitution. Of course after Russians learn more about liovv liberty operates, she may un derstand more about how to regulate strikers by injunction. "Vote buying must stop" says the New York World. It stopped very s-hort, Tuesday night of the election. Philadelphia is feeling so good that she probably does not care if she never goes to sleep again. The Herald Is the most widely read paper oo Gray's Harbor. Wise adver tisers know It. Anchor Bar Blum & Eiene, Props. 314 South F street Wines, Liquors and Cigars LODGINGS 20 nicely furnished rooms, by the day, week or month. Lunch ccunterin connection WM. ZIKGLER. Boot and Shoemaker The repair shop at JEFF'S SHOE STOKK is once more in my charge. I am the pioneer shoemaker, my work is first class and tlie prices are right.. WILLIAM ZIEGLER, Postoflfice Blocic. RELIEF FUR LADIES French Tansy Wafers Genuine only in Yellow Wrapper with the Crown Trade Mark. For Sale by Leading Druggists THE STANARO If you want a high standard in business you must have quality in your printing. You find our kind the right kind Herald Printery REMOVED Wheeler's Tea S tore lias removed to the Mitchell l'uildiiig, corner of Market and G Streets. Telephone 2191 Talking Machine ■* j £ A natural tone talking and singing machine A bsolutely Free Call and hear this machine at our store in choice selections. FREE with every cash purchaase of $50. RECORDS FREE with $10 cash purchase. Zelasko Furniture Co. 41 5 E. Wishkah St. Telephone IGOI South Aberdeen Store It. E. Fo¥ will open his new store in South Aberdeen, , Dec, 2 with a full stock of Groceries making specialties of Tea, Coffee, Flour and Feci.